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leader. we are learning more about the suspect and motifs about the shooter at a los angeles international airport. >> two french journalists are captured and killed in rebel held territory in mali. >> the pakistani government demanded a meeting with the u.s. ambassador to protest the drone attack that killed the leader of the taliban in pakistan. hakimullah mehsud. the pakistani government is concerned about the fallout. we go live to washington with more on this. what can you tell us? >> well, apparently the meeting between the u.s. ambassador to pakistan, robert olsen and members of the pakistani ministry took place in islamabad. the u.s. is refusing to comment if the meeting took place, and what message ambassador olsen took to the pakistanis. there's a loft anger in islamabad and across the country. we hear from the interior minister. >> the efforts have been ambushed. it was an ambush. we see it as an ambush. now, this is the situation that of course could put reviewed strains on the relationship between the u.s. and pakistan. the issue of drone strikes has been a conte
. >> los angeles international airport has completely reopened a day after a tsa employee was killed in terminal 3. the shooting put lax on lockdown, disrupting travel plans for more than 160,000. brian rooney joins us live from lax. authorities say everything is back up and running. are passengers still seeing delays? >> it's very busy here at los angeles international. a lot of people had to be rerouted. there's a clog, but all the terminals are open, including terminal 3 where the shooting was. they are sorting out the aftermath, not to speak of the luggage. >> piles of luggage were evidence of travel chaos. the airlines were reuniting passengers with their bags. amanda schroder was still wearing the clothes she travelled with. >> they had so much luggage, they didn't have time to scan it. >> family and friends mourn the lose of 39-year-old hernz r the first -- gerardo i. hernandez, the first tsa agent to die undertaining k his duty. >> he was a great guy, he was proud of his son that played football, how big his son was, and his daughter. >> the man police say was the shooter, 23
and amazon series by the time to say being filmed in san francisco and los angeles. amazon is spending million dollars dollars. the original web the time that people spend on traditional viewing is declining. 18 to 24 years old this is a continued to decline. this is for internet companies to lure the views. the bottom line this is an emerging force and it's incumbent for us to stay ahead of this endeavor. thank you >> thank you. next speaker, please. >> hi, i'm madeline. i work at an independent production company in los angeles and we have a movie that's shooting in san francisco soon with alexander scarf and it takes place in san francisco. now that i've been up here dislocating for locations it's remarkable you can't create that landscape it's a competitive place likes up in canada to recreate san francisco or other cities elsewhere and the rebate is making a huge difference in our finance plan it's making us able to come up here and shoot the movie so i'm in support it. thank you >> thank you. next speaker, please. >> hi. i'm here or in on behalf of the actors as well as produ
't expect it to go far south. los angeles and palm springs, you'll be dry. nevada dry to the south, wet to the north. temperatures in los angeles - 89 on wednesday. look what happens on friday and saturday. really cooling down, down. for texas, most of the rain is going to remain here towards the south and parts of corpus christy and brownsville. for dallas a high of 70. >> nearly two weeks after typhoon haiyan struck the delivery of aid to survivorsurv we are looking at one town. >> the execution of a missouri man put on hold. why he says he should not be put to death. >> jpmorgan pays a fine. how home owners may ben fix -- may benefit. cz >>> it's been nearly two weeks since typhoon haiyan struck in the philippines, many survivors are waiting for relief. especially in towns on outlaying islands. the u.n. reports progress in tacloban, a hard-hit area. food distribution networks are in place, and everyone there has access to clean water. more than 4,000 are confirmed dead. over 18,000 were injured in the storm. doctors are trying to reach some of them. half a million homes were destroye
or two popping up, not a lot of snow either over the next day. for los angeles well see beautiful weather all the way across, especially the weekend. on sunday it will be a nice day, highs of 77. the rain passed through texas, now we are getting clouds in. we expect to see a high. in dallas - 54 after being cold this morning. as we look at the forecast things will look nice. dallas is a big airport, especially for transfers. a partly crowdy day. we saw snow wednesday in harts field airport. we expect to see cool temperatures on thursday, about 47 degrees, and the forecast looks like this. beautiful conditions - no rain in the forecast as we go towards sunday. >> in much of the country it's thanksgiving. in new york a decision is expected within hours about the iconic macy's parade. the big balloons are inflated, ready to soar. the city's police department must check wind speed before giving the go ahead. john terrett has the story. >> well, the weather at the macy's parade balloon inflating party is better than it was this evening. about 6 o'clock it was driving heavy rain, the worst of t
american airport today, l.a.x. in los angeles. a lone gunman pulling a semiautomatic rifle from a bag and opening fire in the middle of morning rush. families in the security line told to run take shelter wherever they could. right here in a bathroom. outside passengers fleeing, bags in toe. it happened here at terminal 3 where jet blue, spirit frontier flights l take off right at the security gate, passengers have been lined up ready to take off shoes and belts, tonight we have the latest developments here, the shooter in custody and right here on the ground, the powerful weapon he used tonight, the fbi confirming his name, 23-year-old paul anthony ciancia, and word this evening his family might have been in touch with authorities beforehand. a note found at the scene reportedly believed to have included anti-government beliefs. among his victims a tsa officer shot and killed. the first tsa officer ever killed in line of duty. these are live pictures tonight from our station in los angeles, kabc, and this evening one of the nation's busiest airports with a heavy police presence, we h
. >> authorities filed murder charges against a man they say opened fire inside terminal 3 inside los angeles airport. officials say the shooter ignored ticket and baggage handlers, but was intent on taking out his rage on t.s.a. agents. brian rooney has more. >> the suspect paul ciancia is unresponsive and unable to talk, according to the fbi. paul ciancia was wounded in the face by plifs at the end -- police officers at the end of friday's gun battle at lax terminal 3. a note inside paul ciancia's bag gave insight into his graham of mind. >> he made a decision to kill multiple tas employees. he addressed them at one point in the letter stating he wanted to "ipp still fear into their traitorous minds." >> the federal bureau of investigation says paul ciancia shot gerardo i. hernandez at the screening checkpoint, went up the elevator, came down and shot gerardo i. hernandez again, killing hip. his widow spoke to reporters. >> he was a wonderful husband, father, son and friend. he would have been 40 next week. i am truly devastated. we are all heartbroken and will miss him dearly. >> the feder
in yemen. >>> man open fired in a crowded los angeles airport, killing a tsa official. ♪ >> the last remaining m 23 rebel fighters in the democratic republic of congo. we have more now let's go to the military base where al jazeera's malcolm webb is standing by. malcolm, it seems like this is the last stand for the rebels. tell us exactly where you are right now. >> reporter: well, i'm in a military base that originally belonged to the government, and then the rebels took it from them last year. the government took it back just a few days ago when the rebels retreated. you can see the gun behind me that rebels have to leave mind. it looks like they poured petro all ovepetrolall over it and trt it on fire, but they think they can get it going again. they think they're going to get this fixed up and fight the rebels soon. if we move the camera across to the right you can see a hill in the distance. this is one of the three hills where the last of the rebels remain and the government has been bombing them with tanks and artillery. the government has said today the final for the rebels t
to you. baldwin leaving court, clearly agitated. nick watt in los angeles. >> somebody is doing a lot of lying. >> oh, wow. >> very different take on what went down. >> there's not even one thing they agree on. >> a sexual relationship or none. that's a big difference. >> one coffee meeting for questions about acting. >> apparently baldwin was really hard on her attorney, too. apparently he's a young guy and turning things around on him and saying i know you are nervous, telling the attorney, i know you are nervous. apparently he was really working him over. >> by the way, she's been charged with 24 counts of harass and one count of stalking. interesting to see where this will go. >> sure is. >>> coming up. some elementary school students in new york may be setting a trend for the rest of the nation. they are trading in burgers and chicken nuggets for an all vegetarian menu and they seem to like it. >>> the verdict is in. we will tell you which city, new york or chicago gets bragging rights for the tallest building in america. you are watching "world news now." >> announcer: "world ne
, the next interview may change your mind. robert hillburn, former music critic for "los angeles times" has writ an biography titled simply "johnny cash: the life." what a life it was. robert joins this morning. and thank you so much for being with us. i know you interviewed johnny cash, gosh, you know, across the decades, and you've really had access to his inner circle. so help us understand who was the real johnny cash? >> well, the fascinating thing, christi, seeing the footage, i was with johnny cash at fullsome prison in 1968, can you believe that, and it was the first time -- >> yes, great, i was going to ask you about that, but go ahead. >> it's the first time i'd been in a major concert. i was trying to get a job at the "los angeles times," and i was the only music journalist there, because the record company didn't want to invite journalists, because they were afraid john would show up stoned and they'd have to cancel the concert. but anyway, i stayed with him pretty much his entire life. i interviewed him until even just a few months before his death. and he was a terrific, warm
. several other people wounded after a shooting rampage at los angeles international airport. an u.s. drone strike kills the leader of a pakistani taliban. and the prime minister of iraq asks president obama for more help in ending violence in his country. ♪ >> the
, honoring four lives lost. joe fryer, nbc news, los angeles. >> we are eping a close eye on the possibility of severe weather in the middle of the country. the area extends from e great lakes to the midouth. severe thunderstorms, damaging wis and tornadoes are s able. the threat will move from west to east througut the day tomorrow. when "nbc nightly news" continues onhe this saturday, what's become an almost unbearable situation f one town that fis itself a magnet for those unwantedisitors. >>> later the inspiring story of a young man who is running fast beuse his time with those loves may be lited. >>> we are back with atory that gives new meaning to the problem ofnbearable neighbors. we are tking about polar bea that invade a northern canada town for years and have done so wi a vengeance this ye. it may have to do with climate chge. we get the story from nbc's chief environmental affairs correspondent, anne thpson. >> reporter: where the polar bes roam in churchill, canada, the street signsre a little different. here, 800 people and some 900 bears try to co-exist from late june to late n
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the same thing over the next 24 hours. nevada and flash flooding could be a potential. now, los angeles, unfortunately the rain will continue, thursday, friday, easing on saturday. we think you'll resurrect some of your weekend on sunday. high temperatures of 74. showers were a problem across the north of texas and oklahoma. down to the south not too bad. light over the next 24 hours. high temperatures not looking too bad at 74, san antonio 80. houston - that's where the rain will be. low temperatures friday to saturday. dropping to 55. >> a problem-plagued federal healthcare website is hurting the approval ratings of barack obama and his party. we go to rome georgia where tea party candidates are using the troubled healthcare.gov to get votes. >> in rome georgia political chatter about what is happening as familiar as the sudden charm of main street. >> 90% of people up there don't have a clue what's going on in the united states. >> rome is home to conservative republican tom graves, one of the architects who wish to repeal obamacare. he can find plenty of supporters in rome who blame
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miami. chicago 55. minneapolis 39 degrees. dallas 62. los angeles 76. >>> there was plenty of puckering at an elementary school and for a good cause. students cheered as their teachers lined up for a kiss the pig at a fund-raising effort. >> got to kiss the pig. >> the money will help to cover the expenses of the gym teachers son who is bat alg rare illness. the pig didn't seem to mind the affection. >> it is a girl teacher and the girl teachers are lining up to kiss the girl pig. what's that about? >> she is cute to me. of course in a swine kind of way. >> all pigs are cute. >> except the ones that are muddy. >> i didn't think of that. >>> coming up an intense workout that gets great results, but is cross fit a good fit for pregnant women? why some experts say it is too much. >> looks intense to me. but first the little girl who's pointing out predators. how this virtual creation is highlighting some very real danger. you are watching "world news now." ♪ she blind me with science ♪ she blind me with science >> announcer: "world news now" weather brought to you by colonial penn life
horror story, the case of a california resident who told her story on local television in los angeles and on network television. >> how much were you paying a month and what are you going to pay now under obama care? >> i'm currently paying $293 a month. under obama care, depending on the plan that i go with, it's any place from $478 to $500 a month for a "comparable" plan to what i have. however it's not comparable in that i cannot go to my doctors or my hospital. so explain to me how it's better for me? >> deborah was asking the wrong person. a "los angles times" reporter watching her on television decided to call her and compare the health insurance she had to the health insurance she could get and it was found as reported in his article headlined "another obama care horror story debunked" was the assertion that there was nothing affordable about the affordable health care act as she put it on nbc channel 4 is a product of her own misunderstanding embedded by uninformed and incurious news reporters. joining me now, business columnist for "the los angeles times" and the author of th
in miami, 47 d.c. boston 38. dallas 52. denver 67 and beautiful 83 in los angeles. if you had any questions about the power of nature, take a look at these new satellite photos. this is one showing tacloban city in the philippines before the typhoon. green farmland, colorful buildings along the coast. check this out. this is what it looks like today. >> oh, my gosh. >> muddy, lifeless, nearly every one of the buildings gone. even the sea is brown. >> five days after typhoon haiyan struck, the delivery of relief supplies is speeding up. but tacloban city is one of the most desperate places on earth. filtering water through t-shirts. aid ships from the u.s. and elsewhere are on the way, but the need is enormous. more cargo ships are arriving at the airport where thousands are gathering. abc's terry moran was there. >> reporter: this was the waiting area of tacloban's airport. you can see the storm surge tore the place apart. believe it or not, this is one of the only places in the city that is still functioning. this is where people want to get to because this is where you can get out. >> the
happened in los angeles. >> let's get the perspective here. let me bring in former flight attendant and author tiffany hawk. welcome to you. i thunderstand the urge to reac and you understand the urge to protect people, innocent people at the airport. we heard from eric holder. you say do not arm these tsa officers. why? >> right. i think everybody wants to feel safer at the airport, and inquestion is, is arming foi40, to 50,000 badgen screeners make you feel safer? some people might think it would. i personally wouldn't. i'm not opposed to trained police who have been using weapons, having a bigger prerns in the airport, but there's the problem of cost. can airlines handle that cost? but also, when it comes to airline employees, you don't know what's going to happen. people can get disgruntled, become unhinged. to add that many more weapons to the screening process, it just brings up other problems. as we have seen, first, they thought it was a tsa agent who was trying to kill other tsa agents. so a lot of our problems aren't coming from terrorism, yes, that's a huge concern, but s
. minneapolis, 39 degrees. dallas, 62. los angeles, 76. >>> there was plenty happening at an elementary school, and it was for a good cause. students cheered as their teachers lined up for a kiss. a pig in a fund-raising effort. >> got to kiss a pig. it will help cover the medical expenses of the gym teacher's 9-month-old son who is battling a rare illness. the pig didn't seem to mind the extra affection. >> it was a girl pig. i thought the girl teachers lining up to kiss the girl pig. what's that about? i don't know how the pig feels about that. >> she's cute. >> all pigs are cute, though, right? >> yeah. kind of, except for when they're muddy and -- >> true. i didn't think about that. all right. >>> coming up, an intense workout. it gets great results. but is cross fit a good fit for pregnant women? why experts are saying it's too much. >> looks intense to me. >>> first, a little girl who's pointing out predators. how this virtual creation is highlighting some very real danger. are y you are watching "world news now." ♪ >>> announcer: "world news now" weather brought to you by clonan pen l
as this controversy exploded. martin is in los angeles. it's not clear if that's why incognito may have gone there. let's bring in john zarrella outside the dolphins facility. we actually learned more about the bullying allegation today, john? >> reporter: that's absolutely true, brianna. in fact the new allegations indicate there may have been more than one player involved, and that martin befriended the players harassing him, in the hopes they would stop, and that the harassment lasted a season and a half. that's about the entirety of his time with the dolphins. jonathan martin's alleged bullies was not, his attorney says, one volley voice mailed laced with profanity and a racial slur, quote, by a teammate and daily vulgar comments. it does not specifically name richie incog anio or any other players and gives for details of the physical attacks, but it does meant, a quote that threatened sexually brutal harm to martin's sister. we reached on the to incog anio 'camp for a response, but have not -- dolphin players have maintained they had no idea. >> it's really surprising, kind of mind-blowing t
and not pampering them. for "good morning america," abbie boudreau, abc news, los angeles. >> you can imagine, a lot of reaction coming into this. here was jason mccann on twitter. does he agree with stephanie? i do not agree. i was bullied. when i tried to toughen up, it made my life worse. she doesn't know how mean kids can get. but j. emmett cole says everybody should have a degree of toughness. the world can be a tough place and sheltering helping nobody. tammy gold, our expert, where do you come down? >> i think we need to teach children resilience. we don't need to be tougher on them or have them experience toughness. we need to teach them how to handle adversity. how to handle uncomfortable feelings and give them tools to punch through the other side. >> how would you suggest doing that? >> so, a couple things. you need to teach them how to build frustration tolerance. how to identify, i'm feeling angry. i'm feeling upset and what does that feel like? and sit with that feeling. number two, teach them how to express themselves, using "eyi" statements. i feel uncomfortable. i don't like the way
at the los angeles international airport. every time we turn on our tvs, there as new high profile shooting. is this the new normal? >> it is not. since the 1980s we've seen crimes exactly like. this angry, sigh could theic, depressed young men. mentally ill. haven't been treated with a triggering event that causes them on emerge and to rage, want to go out in a blaze of glory. >> reporter: the criminal psychologist says often at the peak of that rage, those peel have easy access to the deadliest weapons. collectively it has put america on edge. in connecticut, a student's halloween costume put a college on lockdown. in california, a deputy shot and killed a teenage here carried a fake assault rifle. even a break-in at the colorado middle school. >> we're jumpy because the impression has been created by interest groups that any mentally ill person might jump out around a corner and harm someone. that is false. >> reporter: why cannot our laws better address mental illness and gun violence? >> even democrats don't want to do this. you have democrats who are representing rural areas where the
is visiting san francisco today and los angeles where speeches on immigration and the economy. attending fund-raisers for congressional races. the president spent sunday in seattle area for fund-raisers. one of the home of a microsoft executive john shirley. >>> "gq" magazine out with this list of least influential people and people according to "gq" who haven't used their fame for enough good. president obama is number 17 on the list. the magazine says he's good at making speeches but "gq" said he is not good at getting things done. number one is ex-nba star dennis rodman who met with pyongyang. >>> a man below risking it all to save this lady during a 40-foot fall. >>> patriots come back. how they managed to beat the broncos after down 24-0 at halftime. >> unbelievable. >>> time for your morning rhyme. tweet us with your own original verse. it can be about anything your heart desires. we will read the best ones on the air in our next half hour. avo: the volkswagen "sign then drive" sales event is back. which means it's never been easier to get a new passat, awarded j.d. power's most appeali
suspect to me. >> reporter: near los angeles today, just coincidentally a training exercise. a simulated response to reports of a shooter stalking a mall. >> law enforcement fire, store personnel and security. if any type of situation happens, everybody that works in the mall knows exactly what to do to keep people safe. >> reporter: and here at the garden state plaza mall, authorities say their training paid off with thousands evacuated safely. and another community led to wonder why such violence happened here. ron allen, nbc news, paramus, new jersey. >>> there was news today regarding safety in the air. it's taken several years and a lot of pressure by families who lost loved ones in the crash of a commuter plane outside buffalo, new york. an accident blamed on pilot error. today the government announced major changes for pilot training. the most significant changes in two decades. nbc's tom costello is live at jetblue's training facility. >> reporter: hi, brian. this is all about requiring more time in these sophisticated training equipment. they operate them not just for jetblue pi
through downtown los angeles to show their solidarity with the movement and many of them belonging to the article i will confront on the east coast. activists also gathered outside the house to protest. i want to respond in the county court the game in washington who has been in protest groups marching under the umbrella of the non synchronous different things the protest what they see is the least eight people have against the persecution of the symbolic protest against monsanto the world's biggest producer of genetically modified seeds and generally speaking they see themselves as a mutant against the government and corporations. the key event in april. to twist any next to the white house would he want as an obama tuesday. we want president obama to hear that five years after the financial crisis the bank's been bailed out we're still suffering people are still struggling with johnny depp. we live in a country that's fundamentally unfair we no longer have the rule of law. from the nsa to address noted the chelsea man and all over the world people are speaking out whistleblowers
you? >> this is new york, los angeles, they think it will move to dallas, new york, phoenix next year. with le see how it works and whether, you, too, can order something on friday and have it on sunday. >> i wonder what it will be. >> our must see moment today in honor of vet an's day. show them the skills? they go beyond heros on the battlefield. this was a celebration of the u.s. marine corps 238th birthday saturday. can you hear billy jeans, michael jackson in the background, in a word, spectacular. the guy in the white pants feels a fancy drop, shuffling on the dance floor. if you watch long enough, there is talent. one of the other goes, oh, no, i'm not letting you go out this way. >> this way. >> music. >> waiting for the video. >> oh my good ness. so we thought we'd show you showing them having a moment. >> thankfully, no cameras were on. >> guess the back move. >> you should see christine's move. >> it's crazy on a monday. >> i'm going for the slide step. just when you to the they couldn't be more impressive. >> even in those stiff uniforms. coming up next on "new day," he's
news, los angeles. >> and up next here tonight, a story we simply love. a conspiracy of kindness by an american city pulling together to make a five-year-old boy's wish come true. so many kind hearted and creative strangers were saved today by the newest and tiniest super hero bat kid. abc's aditi roy has the story. in big hearted san francisco. >> reporter: san francisco under siege this morning. >> we begin this morning's broadcast with breaking news from san francisco's hall of justice. >> please caped crusader, we need you. and bring the bat kid. >> reporter: the bat call went out. and a pint sized kid crusader arrived in the bat mobile. it's bat kid. bat kid to the rescue. while an estimated 13,000 people gathered to cheer him on. the mini super hero has battled evils before. behind the mask is five-year-old miles scott, a leukemia survivor from tulelake, california, diagnosed at 18 months, just finished his last chemotherapy treatment in june. and had an ambitious dream. >> be batman. >> reporter: the make a wish foundation made it happen. thousands responded and set up fak
had to be airlifted out. >> pelley: bill whitaker in our los angeles newsroom. bill, thank you. 11 million filipinos are affected. today, the united nations appealed for $300 million to help them. if you'd like to help, there's information on our web site, cbsnews.com. in an important medical story for americans tonight, heart doctors are putting out controversial new guidelines for preventing heart disease. these guidelines put less emphasis on cholesterol numbers and more on other risk factors in determining who should take medication. we asked dr. jon lapook to fill us in. >> reporter: a generation of doctors and patients has focused on specific targets of cholesterol levels when using statins. but the new guidelines say when it comes to preventing heart attacks and strokes, there is no magic number. dr. neil stone led the panel. >> we did a careful study of what number we should use. was it 100? was it 90? was it 80? was it 70 for l.d.l.? you know what we found? we couldn't find a single number that made sense. adjusting the statin dose to reach a certain cholesterol level, the
that kind of risk assessment more than the los angeles county jail system. terry mcdonald is the assistant sheriff of l.a. county, and until recently the head of risk assessment for the state of california. >> the state of california uses the california static risk assessment tool. >> what is that? >> that tool is an actuarial tool that takes information from an offender's rap sheet. their arrest history. and it downloads that information into a data base system. from that it pops out a score for the offender that predicts their risk of reconviction, rearrest. >> california has a much more sophisticated risk assessment program than the l.a. jail system, has granted early release to over 26,000 inmates so far this year because of extreme overcrowding. usually, these inmates, who qualify, for instance, those not in for violent crimes, get released after serving only 40% of their sentence. some after serving only 10%. >> if the system has to release early, it should be based on risk. you know, we do it based on percentage of time served. and it's because we're so large. we have 500 inmates co
educated, you have a decent job, what does the house cost you in the san francisco bay area or the los angeles area where you have a public school where most of the kids don't speak spanish? you might start off about $560,000, $640,000. people of middle income can't afford that. they are priced out of the market. what is the same house cost in texas? 140. 180. and you can send your kids to public schools. the texas public schools have better achievements for whites than california white and better achievement for blacks than california blacks and hispanics than california hispanics. succumbing you know has the big government model worked very well? i would argue not so well. massachusetts gleaning small, media and exception -- may be an exception. >> i love the cover of your book. could you describe the inspiration for the image? and the second question if you had one message for people to take with them regarding the buck, what would that be? >> the photograph design was just handed to me by a subcontractor of my publisher of random house. so my reaction was i like it. i do urge you t
are the top stories this hour. part of los angeles international airport remains close. a gunman open fired in terminal three yesterday killing a tsa agent and wounding others. the police identified the suspect as 23-year-old paul ciancia. >>> pakistan summon the u.s. ambassador after a drone talk killed taliban leader halimulle mehsud
at his apartment just after he left for the airport. cnn has the latest from los angeles. good morning, miguel. >> good morning, kate. this is a fascinating story of an ordinary woman who finds herself in an extraordinary circumstance. she wants to remain anonymous. she doesn't want her life or name associated with paul ciancia. days before paul ciancia's murderous rampage, this woman says ciancia was already plotting his crime. >> he asked one of the roommates if he could get a ride to the airport. >> why did he need a ride? >> he was going back home. either his dad was sick and he had family issues. >> did anyone ever see a ticket? >> no. he also left a message when he had to leave. >> she says ciancia rarely left his apartment. describing him as a stalker and alleged smoker. the days he put it into action, it took his roommates by surprise. >> that morning, he knocks and opposite the door and says i need to go, take me now. >> ris roommates believe this was the moment he texted family members in new jersey telling them he was going to commit suicide. that prompted frantic calls betw
in all of north america. mexico city, new york, los angeles, and the home of the crack-smokearch toronto. 15% of canada's entire population lives there. john roberts, i'm wondering if we're going to get an announcement from the mayor of toronto. >> reporter: it's where i grew up so this is of particular interest to me. the mayor is about to come out of his chambers. we're hearing he could do one of three things. he could resign. may take a leave of absence until the new year, or he could, because he is such a mercurial character, come out at the last minute and say, i'm going to stay and fight this. it's not a surprise to anyone that he actually smoked crack cocaine. what is really a surprise he acknowledged it. you might remember in spring the toronto star said they had seen the video that showed pictures, images, of the mayor smoking crack. he denied it. what this other case is about that led to disclosure or of -- of this tape, map tried to retrieve the video. chargeed with extortion, and may have tried to get rid of the video. can the mayor survive this? people like his low-tax polic
about burgers. >> in and out wins. fat burger, we have them all in los angeles, california. the burger capital of the world. >> i would think you'd have a healthier version of the burger. 550. that's a lot. >> i was at in and out, and burger and fries was -- and a shake 1500 calories or something. >> and not worth it. >> yes. >>> thank you for chiming in. >>> coming with have the "bleacher report." rapper jay z in hot water. why major league baseball is now investigating the rapper turns sports agent. [ pilot ] weather conditions aren't nearly as nice as where we came from. with the wind chill, it's 10 below. flight attendants, prepare for landing. [ attendant ] we have record lows out there so bundle up, and thank you for flying with us. [ engine turns over ] ♪ [ male announcer ] now, with mybuick remote start, the new buick enclave makes sure you're ready for anything. ♪ just one more way the new enclave is smart made beautiful. introducing cardioviva: the first probiotic to help maintain healthy cholesterol levels without a prescription. cardioviva. >>> so for the first time sin
word, stimulus. >> beautiful lady from los angeles. >> there are ten rooms in a school, okay? each room contains at least 15 desks but not more than 20 desks. which of the following could be the number of desks in the school? 100, 140, 180 or 210? >> 140. >> she's going to going to get a lovely cd by kathie lee, that great singer. >> i've heard of her. the correct answer, 180. >> a minimum of 150 desks in this case and a maximum of 200 desks. you're looking for that number that's in between those two. there's only one number here, which was 180. but again in the math section, it is in order of difficulty. first third of the math test are easy questions, second-third, medium, last third, hard questions. think about where you are in the test and how much you need to focus on those questions. >> thank you for joining us. we really appreciate it. >>> you already know their famous brother, bruno mars. now it's time for the sisters to share the spotlight. we'll meet lylas after this. ♪ [ female announcer ] you've got finding time for what matters, down to a science. you're the reason we ref
in big cities, including new york and los angeles. the feds say that should lower ticket prices. analysts expected the airlines to combine their frequent flier programs and honor each other's miles. >>> now to the story we have been following closely because it involves one of our own. for me as a journalist it involves the fundamentals of all we do and the government trying to get around the constitution. foxnews.com reporter jana winter is in front of new york's highest court, could face jail time for refusing to give up the names of confidential sources in her recording on the james holmes case, accused of killing people in a shooting in a packed athleter in aurora, colorado. that same month, jana winters, said holme mailed a personal note book to a skies before the mass shooting and it had drawings of, quote, gun-wielding stick figures blowing away other stick figures, unquote. in her story, jana cite two unnamed law enforcement sources. now a court in colorado issued a subpoena at the request of holele holmes lawyers they want winter to return to colorado and name the sources or pote
night then live reaction from los angeles on after the game. major league baseball using expanded instant replay starting next season. they're going to go with nfl-style war room in new york. so ultimate decisions will be made by umpires watching all videos. back east, and then, they'll relay the decisions to men in blue working the game on the field for what is covered well, balls and strikes will not be reviewed but lake mrais like this will be. you've got a home run in dispute. managers get two challenges per game. miguel cabrerra hit 348, 44 homers. 137 rbis. he's a hitting machine once again fishishing ahead of mike shroud. pirates outfielder andrew mccutchen garnered 28 of the first-place votes. machine cutchen at 317, 21 homers and led the way. one of the most-popular drivers on indy car circuit calling it quits this, is y three-time winner daro frankini says doctors told him he cannot race because of injuries suffered in this crash last month. the 40-year-old fractured his spine, broke his right ankle and suffered a concussion had that crash. abc7 sports brought to you by
this is los angeles news. >> move on to something that is going well. come up next. celebrity who have been following bat kid today. >> way to go miles. way to save gotham. >>reporter: from the white house to hollywood you will see how social media has helped to heal some old rivalry. >> and the new circumstances sole show running san francisco through january 12. tomorrow we take you inside the big top for an exclusive look at how the performer get ready for the show. our special unlock the mystery of circus d'soleil back stage it airs tomorrow at 10:00 p.m. over on abc when our little girl was born, we got a subaru. it's where she said her first word. (little girl) no! saw her first day of school. (little girl) bye bye! made a best friend forever. the back seat of my subaru is where she grew up. what? (announcer) the subaru forester. (girl) what? (announcer) motor trend's two thousand fourteen sport utility of the year. love. it's what makes a subaru, a subaru. because what you don't know, can hurt you.urance. what if you didn't know that posting your travel plans online may attract
in february. she was training to return next week. >>> in the nba, tony allen has been suspend for kicking los angeles clipper point guard chris paul in the face. alan who was hit with a flagrant two foul and immediate rejection apologized after the incident and issued a public apology via twitter. >> relinquish nash will be back in the lineup. nash passed his final test today prior to the game tonight against the boston bruins. we have more sports coming up in a bit. >> today marks 105 year 150 yeae abraham lincoln spoke of a nation in liberty. and it was read by very familiar voices. >> welcome back to al jazeera. financial giant jp morgan chase agreed to pay the biggest settle ever of wrongdoing by any u.s. corporation $13 billion. >>> a new report out today suggests that secretary kathleen sebelius now about the roll out and she remarked that the launch would go on without a hitch. >>> talks to end the long stand off over iran's nuclear program continues in geneva. the meeting comes as some lawmakers have been pushing for tougher sanctions again iran. 150 years ago today president abraham
and los angeles and dr. chen believes it is safe. >> it's a piece of platinum designed for insertion on the top of the eye. it is not inside the eye so there is no risk of blindness or any visual effect. >> the procedure costs about $3,000. the jewelry has not been f.d.a. approved. >> there is an international twitter drama this morning. justin bieber hang out with the president of mexico or not? he posted this tweet earlier this week saying i met amazing mexican believers and the president of mexico. but the mexican president was quick to respond with this tweet saying the office denies the meeting with the singer justin bieber. bieber responded with this clarification saying correction. i met the president's family and all their friends at a private meet and greet. therpb very -- they were very nice. bieber's tour is already troubled. >> the time now about five minutes till the top of the hour. coming up, a car crashes while going over 200 miles an hour. the amazing ending you'd have to see to believe. >> another k-mart ad coming under fire. we asked what you thought about this. yo
give the bargain battle a black eye. this ugly clash at a los angeles walmart two years ago captured by juan. >> all of the people went in there and they just started destroying the boxes. >> reporter: all this for marked down xbox games. >> people were fighting, trying to get deals. and that's when some lady pepper sprayed and started going at it. >> my eyes! >> reporter: was that moment a turning point for walmart? >> certainly. i think we could do a better job at managing crowds and helping customers get into the store, find the item they're looking for, get out. we learned a lot. >> reporter: walmart says this time it's a calmer black friday, orderly lines through the store. shoppers get wrist bands and rain check tickets of items that sell out. what won't change are the surprise deals through the store. >> 40 seconds and all of the people go crazy. >> reporter: predictly while this dad brought his dad to this walmart to witness the mayhem firsthand. >> that's something about black friday, your integrity -- >> these cousins don't care about the mayhem. they thrive on it every yea
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